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... We arrived at East London meeting and were greeted by very friendly people. James was chairman, so he found out late last night. His first Sunday chairmanship! He started off with 'good morning everyone' and the 20 members responded with 'good morning' he instantly felt comfortable and very relaxed. He did a great job although unfortunately the pianist couldn't play, she played the wrong tunes and would stop and start and apologise and ...
... and all fell to
the back of the boat as it gunned towards him to haul him away from the 5ish
meter possibly Dusky shark that had bumped past his leg. Shortly after this we
saw one close to the boat. After that excitement we cruised around watching the
gannets sleekly diving for their food, and dolphins in accompaniment. It was a
sure sign our sardines were around but we were happy to observe the action from
the boat. Apart from this there were more ...
... Eventually I was able to get a friendly anaesthetist to do spinal blocks for the patients (again no monitoring and medico legally unacceptable) and I did the operations in a side ward, kind of aseptic except for the fly buzzing around and the bee nest outside the window. If any of those guys become septic and want to sue the hospital, they would have a good case as it's an unacceptable level of care (despite the fact they have never paid tax, a whole other issue) that I ...
... debate that almost all of our patients have never been formally employed or paid tax in their lives, so how do you justify the expense of that care…. Anyway, the delay is bad for the patient as they are likely to develop complications, but also for the hospital as those complications cost time and money. Paradoxically, the hospital would save money by opening a theatre over night. There are debates about whether it is safe to operate over night, but ...
... else. Anyway that is enough about work. I have to tell you about the brilliant week at home. So my big sister got engaged just before we left to come out here, and as exciting as it was I was a bit gutted to be missing out on all the wedding planning. I had already decided to come home in June for Hannah's 30th, so we decided to do a joint hen do at the same time. We had an amazing weekend in Dublin, everything ran smoothly and I think Han loved every minute ...